Friday, November 3, 2017

Calculated Vendetta

Calculated Vendetta 

Love Inspired Suspense 

Mass Market Paperback, ebook 

May 9, 2017

Jodie Bailey
Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense LP; Large Print edition 
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373678235

When army journalist Casey Jordan's attacked, she's convinced it's a random mugging—until a killer comes after the military team she's interviewing. But who's the real target: Casey or her ex—staff sergeant Travis Heath? Despite an attraction that still lingers, Travis pushed Casey away months ago, convinced military life leaves no room for attachments. But when the attacks grow increasingly personal, Travis begins to question his chosen path. As the targets of a killer's vendetta, though, it could be too late to make up for lost time…because he and Casey may not have a future to share.

My thoughts: CALCULATED VENDETTA is the second book by Ms. Bailey that I read and I enjoyed it, though I think I should've read the back cover blurb before I started the book because it took me the longest time to figure out what Casey did for a living (journalism was a given, but how did it tie into the military) and how she was so involved with all these military types. 

The attacks did seem random, but I've been around Love Inspired Suspense long enough to know there is no such thing as random. They are planned down to a science and it will all pan out in the end. Who-dun-it, why, how, when, what for, you know the basic five questions that must be answered. 

I liked Casey and Travis and felt for these characters. If you are looking for a good suspense to read, don't miss CALCULATED VENDETTA. Available at your favorite retailers online. 

I was given a copy free. All opinions are my own. 

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1 comment:

Marilyn R. said...

Calculated Vendetta sounds like an intense suspsnse. Thank you for sharing this Love Inspires Suspense review.

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